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Sherbet Punch – A Beautiful Mess


Sherbet Punch is a sweet and creamy drink that is easy to make and a crowd pleaser at any party or event. The sweet and creamy sorbet on top of the fruit and fizzy fruit is the perfect combination and looks so pretty when served in a perforated bowl. This recipe is quick to prepare, easy to prepare in large quantities, and contains only four ingredients.

Sorbet is a nostalgic drink for many people as this was a regular drink at most of our grandmothers’ holiday parties, and I know I have very fond memories of drinking this drink and trying to extract the largest chunks of sherbet into my glass when I was a kid.

Looking for other punch recipes? Try:

Rainbow sherbet punch

What is sherbet?

While it is ice cream’s cousin, sherbet has a much lower dairy content than ice cream. While the main ingredients of ice cream are milk or cream, sorbet has fruit juice or fruit puree as the base so it has a lighter, more fruity taste.

Ingredients for rainbow sherbet punch

Ingredients for making sherbet

  • Lemon soda: Soda is what gives the festive punch! You can use Sprite or 7Up for this punch (or any other lemon-lime soda). Some people like to use ginger ale because it gives it a little ginger flavor or you can use special flavors like Cranberry Sprite as well.
  • Frozen orange juice: Adding orange juice gives it some sweetness and another layer of delicious fruitiness.
  • Pineapple juice (optional): Pineapple juice will add a slight tart touch to your punch to help balance out some of the sweetness (but if you’re not a pineapple fan, you can also leave it out and it will still be delicious).
  • Rainbow sherbet: Although it doesn’t have to be rainbow sherbet, the rainbow variety is the prettiest and adds multiple flavors to your drinking bowl because each color has its own flavor. Feel free to use just orange, lemon, etc., if that’s what you prefer.

How to make sherbet punch

  • Pour: Pour the soda, pineapple juice, and melted orange juice into your punching bowl and stir gently to combine.
  • scoop: Scoop the rainbow sorbet into the punch bowl on top of the punch.
  • Serves: Scoop your punch into your cups and serve! Feel free to add some slices of citrus fruit to your bowl for some extra color.
Rainbow sherbet punch

Variations of sorbet punch:

Valentine’s Day sherbet: Use Hawaiian Punch and soda and top with raspberry sorbet for a delicious red and pink flavor!

Tropical sorbet punch: Leave the orange juice and use it Tropical fruit punchAnd pineapple juice and soda with pineapple or lemon sherbet.

Christmas sorbet punch: Use Hawaiian Punch and soda, then top with lemon sorbet for a red and green combo (or use green Hawaiian Punch with strawberry sorbet!).

street. St. Patrick’s Day Sorbet Punch: Use green Hawaiian Punch, soda, lime sherbet, and some vodka or rum to drink St. Louis. Patrick punch.

Rainbow sherbet punch

Tips for making

  • Leave your sherbet on the counter for 5-10 minutes before scooping it if you want it to be soft enough to scoop more easily.
  • As the sherbet dissolves, the drink will become sweeter, so keep a few extra ingredients on hand if you want to add more soda and juice later to maintain the right balance.
  • Look for seasonal flavors of Sprite and 7Up drinks (like cranberry for the holidays) to add another twist to the classic drink.
  • Make sure the sodas and juices are cooled before blending so the sauce is nice and cold.
  • You can also add fresh fruits like orange or lemon slices for extra color to the top of the punch bowl.
  • Try adding rum or vodka to make an adult sherbet!

Frequently asked questions

How well can I make sherbet punch?

Technically, you can add your ingredients (soda, pineapple juice, orange juice) to a bowl a few hours before the party and keep it in the fridge until it’s time to add the sherbet and serve, but you’ll lose some of the soda’s fizz by mixing it ahead of time. Ideally, this is best done just before serving.

Can you save the remaining punch?

You can store leftover soda in the refrigerator in a sealed container, but the scent of the soda will fade and the sherbet will dissolve completely, so it’s best enjoyed fresh.

Should I serve sherbet punch in a punch bowl?

no! You can also serve this in a jug although it may be difficult to put scoops of sherbet into glasses when pouring it from the tap. If you’re using a pitcher, consider putting some extra syrup in the cup so everyone gets a scoop.

Try serving your punch with these appetizers:

Rainbow sherbet punch

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  • Pour: Pour the soda, pineapple juice, and melted orange juice into your punching bowl and stir gently to combine.

  • scoop: Scoop the rainbow sorbet into the punch bowl on top of the punch.

  • Serves: Scoop your punch into your cups and serve!

Notes

Tips for making

  • Leave your sherbet on the counter for 5-10 minutes before scooping it if you want it to be soft enough to scoop more easily.
  • As the sherbet dissolves, the drink will become sweeter, so keep a few extra ingredients on hand if you want to add more soda and juice later to maintain the right balance.
  • Look for seasonal flavors of Sprite and 7Up drinks (like cranberry for the holidays) to add another twist to the classic drink.
  • Make sure the sodas and juices are cooled before blending so the sauce is nice and cold.
  • You can also add fresh fruits like orange or lemon slices for extra color to the top of the punch bowl.
  • Try adding rum or vodka to make an adult sherbet!

Variations of sorbet punch:

Valentine’s Day sherbet: Use Hawaiian Punch and soda and top with raspberry sorbet for a delicious red and pink flavor!
Tropical sorbet punch: Leave the orange juice and use it Tropical fruit punchAnd pineapple juice and soda with pineapple or lemon sherbet.
Christmas sorbet punch: Use Hawaiian Punch and soda, then top with lemon sorbet for a red and green combo (or use green Hawaiian Punch with strawberry sorbet!).
street. St. Patrick’s Day Sorbet Punch: Use green Hawaiian Punch, soda, lime sherbet, and some vodka or rum to drink St. Louis. Patrick punch.

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Sherbet Punch

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*Percent Daily Values ​​are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

Note: Nutrition is automatically calculated using Spoonacular, for your convenience. Where appropriate, we recommend using your own nutrition calculations.



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